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Climate change enters into state’s conversation

Gov. Jay Inslee

– “Governor Jay Inslee looks to climate lessons from Europe, Asia”
“The Washington governor’s task force is exploring how to make a cap-and-trade program work well in Washington.”
By John Stang of Crosscut.com.
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– “Report: Climate-change effects are already apparent in NW”
“Bigger, more frequent forest fires, shrinking snowpacks and changing ocean chemistry herald greater risks in the Northwest due to climate change, a new report says.”
By Sandi Doughton, Seattle Times science reporter.
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– “Inslee wants to wean state’s electric utilities off coal”
By Phuong Le of the AP.
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– “Showtime film on climate change puts Gov. Inslee in favorable activist light”
By Brad Shannon, The Olympian.
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– “Climate change increasing risks in Washington”
Read more from the AP.

– “Climate Impacts in the Northwest”
Read more from the EPA.

UPDATE: June 2, 2014
“Gov. Inslee praises Obama step on reducing coal-plant carbon emissions”
By Brad Shannon in The Olympian.
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Posted by Steve on May 25, 2014 at 6:11 am | Permalink

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